Subtitle Varies: Jungvolk : Blatt für die Buben im Bunde der Kameraden.(<-Jahrg. 1926>) Jungvolk : Blatt der Jungenschaft im Bund der Kameraden(< Jahrg. 1927 >) Jungvolk : Blatt der "Kameraden", Deutsch-jüd. Wanderbund.
Summary: "Jungvolk" was founded by the local "Kameraden" organization of Leipzig. It was published for the organization's younger members. Its stories and articles were about the exploration of the outdoors and foreign lands. Its articles promoted a sense of fraternity among its young Jewish readers. Editors vary: <-1927 > Kurt Meyerowitz; <-1929 >, Günther Ballin; 1929-< 1930 >, Hans Matthias and Herbert Dobrin. Imprint varies. Earlier issues were published: Wanne-Eickel [Germany] : Herausgeber: Kurt Meyerowitz.
Supplementary Material: Beiblatt für unsere Jüngeren (Nr. 1 (Dezember 1926))
Dates of Publication: Began in 1924. - Ceased publication in 1930?
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